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Mary Martha Sherwood
(1775-1851) born on
May 06
English children's author. She wrote children's classic "History of the Fairchild Family," 1818-47.
         
   
F
The book of Nature, my dear Henry, is full of holy lessons, ever new and ever varied; and to learn to discover these lessons should be the work of good education . . .

R
. . . it is the very nature of sin to prevent man from meditating on spiritual things. . .
A
Where the habits are simple, and the mind truly elevated, then is society in the best state. . .
N
. . . a dirty exterior is a great enemy to beauty of all descriptions.
K
. . . what is the zest of argument when the antagonist is not allowed to answer?
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The History of Henry Milner," Part First, Ch. 16; from "The Works of Mrs. Sherwood, Vol. I, 1856.
R: "The History of Henry Milner," Part Second, Ch. 11; from "The Works of Mrs. Sherwood, Vol. I, 1856.
A: "The History of Henry Milner," Part Third, Ch. 2; from "The Works of Mrs. Sherwood, Vol. I, 1856.
N: "The History of John Marten," Ch. 13, "The Works of Mrs. Sherwood," Vol. XVI, 1865.
K: "The Monk of Climies," Ch. 5, "The Works of Mrs. Sherwood," Vol. XIV, 1865.
   


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